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Anurag Kashyap jokes about Salman’s virginity on Koffee with Karan!

If one really creative and whacky director has a conversation with another creative and witty one, the entertainment that onlookers would have is going to be just way too much. And this is exactly what is going to happen on Karan Johar’s Coffee couch next week with Anurag Kashyap being one of the guests along with Anushka Sharma.

It already looks like it’s going to be one killer episode in the promos with Anurag Kashyap showing his hitherto unknown witty side on the show. When he was asked as what he would do if he woke up as Salman Khan, he replied saying that he would go lose his virginity! Looks like Salman Khan’s virginity is still the funniest thing around. And if he woke up as Deepika, he said that he would check himself out.

Talking about his fellow directors, Anurag Kashyap said he looks up to Rajkumar Hirani and Dinakar Banerjee and is so jealous of their movie making skills that he would take away their licences. “I’m jealous of him (Raju Hirani), I’m absolutely jealous of him. Raju Hirani and Dibakar Banerjee.” And as soon as Karan Johar talked about Ram Gopal Varma, he cut him short saying that Ram Gopal Varma no longer ‘is’ and that now he is ‘was’.

Anurag Kashyap also had some really interesting titles to the biopics that he would make on some actors. For Amitabh Bachchan, he said that it would be, ‘Main Amitabh Bachchan Bol Raha Hoon’ and for Salman it would be, ‘Bhai till I die’.

And as a director, he had some really good and honest advice to some of the stars of today. Anurag Kashyap said that he would like to ask Abhishek Bachchan to ‘challenge himself’, Ranbir Kapoor to ‘fall in love seriously’, Saif Ali Khan to ‘be himself and not imitate others’ and Kareena Kapoor ‘to look what was in the movie before she says yes and not to who was in the movie’.

If all this is this interesting, we can imagine how the rapid fire is going to be..we definitely can’t miss this episode!
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